OPEC anticipates growing oil demand and likely price resilience
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, in its March report on the global oil market, commented that although the price of oil dropped by 5 percent in February, year-on-year the Brent crude price had increased by $11.77 per barrel, with West Texas Intermediate rising by $9.93 over the....
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